Somalia is experiencing its worst drought in a decade, with millions going hungry and being forced from their homes in search of food and water. The charity Save the Children says the impact on families is being felt more severely this season because of multiple and prolonged droughts. A team from aid agency Islamic Relief visited a camp in Iftin in Bardhere district at the end of January in the Gedo region, where 2,000 families have sought help. Save the Children says nearly 60% of the households in Somalia reported at least one person in their family had lost their source of income – largely due to the large-scale deaths of livestock.